The 15th Street Fisheries project was yet another fabulous collaboration with Deborah Houston Interiors. This is the reworked entry and waiting area for the restaurant, which is located on the Intracoastal. Our design is casual and whimsical and brings a much needed breath of fresh air to the local landmark. Here you can see photos of the existing space, the concept boards, and the finished product.
AgencyNet is a highly creative, internet-based advertising and branding group with forty-five Florida based team members. They needed an exciting new workspace to accommodate their growing ranks. Fortunately, an existing structure originally intended as a maritime museum was chosen and Woodhouse Architecture were tapped to provide an interior suitable for a group of young branding geniuses. Drawing from the owner's desire for a whimsical, flexible, and unique workspace, we created a sort of abstracted folly garden populated by various visual and physical points of intrigue. We worked directly with our artisans to see the space realized (including mural painting on a scissor lift!). The end result was a resounding success much appreciated by the entire AgencyNet team.
SoBlo is a blow-dry only salon in Boca Raton, Florida. We collaborated with Deborah Houston Interiors for this project and provided concept design as well as the ceiling installation. The concept design pictured became the prototype for all new SoBlo locations that are currently being rolled out.
The Llodra’s desired an open and airy house for themselves and three teenage daughters. They requested a home that was mindful of a strict budget, required little maintenance and was environmentally conscientious. A copula house provided cross ventilation, natural light and spatial variety within a design that maximizes usable space resulting in large feel in less than 2400 square feet.
The North Gordon Road house is the former home of Marla and Curtis Woodhouse. This 1950’s modern house was expanded and remodeled with the original character preserved and enhanced. Six hundred square feet of conditioned living space was added to the home with another 1000 square feet of covered porches for outdoor living. The goal was to expand the interior spaces and create a strong and usable connection with the outdoors. The result is a home that has a casual elegance that is both easy to live in day-to-day and open up for entertaining.
The owners of this space desired a detached guest/pool house, a larger open kitchen, a more dramatic entry and a clean modern aesthetic for their 1940's cottage. This was accomplished by reworking the internal room layouts and creating a new entry sequence which is routed through a gated sculpture garden. The original front entry, which opened up directly into the main living room, was moved to one side and led those entering the house into a gallery.
Everything was perfect about this house for the client. The size, layout, and amenities all met their needs but the style needed a major update. We developed a design that completely transformed this 1990's builder home into a modern organic custom home. The second story was expanded to include an open-air living room, perfect for enjoying the waterfront view. The grade change on the pool deck was greatly improved over the original design, making the patio, pool deck, and dock the same height. A waterfall and an Ipe wood finish were also incorporated into the pool deck design for aesthetics.